WASHOUGAL — Washougal High School graduates Talia Robb and Logan Coffman were named this year’s recipients of the Public School Employee Washougal chapter $500 Len Bottemiller Memorial Scholarships. The annual scholarships are awarded to applicants who submit letters of recommendation, a personal essay, transcripts and evidence of participation in community service. “Both Talia and Logan exemplify the value of hard work, rigorous studies and their commitment to the goal of higher education,” said Lisa Young, Public School Employee membership officer, scholarship committee chair and Washougal School District extended learning coordinator. Robb graduated from the Clark College Running Start Program with an associate’s degree and plans to attend Central Washington University for a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. Coffman graduated from Washougal High School. He has been accepted to Washington State University Voiland College of Chemical Engineering, where he plans to major in chemical engineering and minor in mathematics and chemistry.